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  2. Independent suspension - Wikipedia

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    Many vehicles also have an independent rear suspension (IRS). IRS, as the name implies, has the rear wheels independently sprung. A fully independent suspension has an independent suspension on all wheels. Some early independent systems used swing axles, but modern systems use Chapman or MacPherson struts, trailing arms, multilink, or wishbones.

  3. IRS: 9 million families could still get stimulus checks ...

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    Margaret Moore, an IRS clerk, searches through taxpayer documents that have been stored in the IRS cafeteria due to a lack of space at the Internal Revenue Service in Austin, Tx., on Friday, June ...

  4. Jaguar independent rear suspension - Wikipedia

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    Jaguar's first IRS system took five years to develop. A Mark 2 saloon fitted with a prototype IRS demonstrated a reduction in unsprung weight of 190 lb (86 kg) compared with a live axle. Its first production application was in the E-Type from its launch in 1961. The assembly was manufactured in three different sizes with differing track widths ...

  5. Tax levy - Wikipedia

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    The IRS can levy on most items of property, subject to limits imposed under section 6334. The list of property exempt from levy is short, and may not apply to some taxpayers. Once the IRS has the "green light" to levy, it can then demand that the taxpayer's employer send a portion of the taxpayer's wages to the IRS.

  6. Swap (finance) - Wikipedia

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    In finance, a swap is an agreement between two counterparties to exchange financial instruments, cashflows, or payments for a certain time.The instruments can be almost anything but most swaps involve cash based on a notional principal amount.

  7. 401(k) - Wikipedia

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    The IRS monitors defined contribution plans such as 401(k)s to determine if they are top-heavy, or weighted too heavily in providing benefits to key employees. If the plans are too top-heavy, the company must remedy this by allocating funds to the other employees' (known as non-key employees) benefit plans.

  8. Form 1099 - Wikipedia

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    Payers who file 250 or more Form 1099 reports must file all of them electronically with the IRS. If the fewer than 250 requirement is met, and paper copies are filed, the IRS also requires the payer to submit a copy of Form 1096, which is a summary of information forms being sent to the IRS. However, 1096 is not required if 1099 form filed ...

  9. IRS Airlines - Wikipedia

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    IRS Airlines Limited was an airline based in Abuja, Nigeria.It operated scheduled domestic passenger services. Its main base was Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport. The airline was established in 2002 and started operations in March 2002.